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Marijuana business application have been released today in the state of Pennsylvania!

If you're interested in running a cannabusiness in the Keystone State, come to our seminar in Harrisburg on January 28! Confirmed speakers for the seminar include several lawmakers, lobbyists, and industry experts.

For a detailed list of speakers and information about buying tickets, visit the event page on...
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Pennsylvania Canna-Business Seminar in Harrisburg - MPP

In this morning's paper, The New York Times Editorial Board once again calls for the federal rescheduling of marijuana to make it easier to research.

Scientists to Government: Make It Easier to Study Marijuana

State legislatures across the country convened over the past couple of weeks, and most of them have already introduced (or plan to introduce) marijuana related measures!

Marijuana reforms flood state legislatures

The National Academies of Sciences released a report on the health impacts of marijuana Thursday, confirming the existence of medical benefits and dispelling some long-held myths about the substance.

The review of more than 10,000 scientific abstracts concluded marijuana is beneficial in the treatment of chronic pain, chemotherapy-induced nausea, and multiple sclerosis; it also found no link...
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National Academies of Sciences Releases Report on Marijuana Confirming Medical Benefits and Dispelling Myths - MPP

A Pew Research Center survey found that marijuana policy reform is gaining support among law enforcement officials.

How do cops feel about marijuana decriminalization? What the latest survey shows

In this recent interview with Cannabis Radio, our Executive Director Rob Kampia tells his story of how MPP came to fruition, summarizes the historical year marijuana policy reform just had, and looks forward to the year ahead!

The Making of the Marijuana Policy Project | Cannabis Radio

In his hearing today, Senator Sessions did not commit to vigorously enforcing federal marijuana prohibition laws in states that have adopted conflicting laws.

Earlier in the day, Trump spokesman Sean Spicer signaled that Sessions would follow the President-elect's lead on marijuana policy.

Here is what President-elect Trump has said about marijuana policy.

President-elect Trump on Marijuana Policy - MPP

In a policy memo issued Monday, Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James wrote that going forward, prior marijuana use is “not disqualifying” for new recruits.

Air Force Loosens Marijuana Restrictions

Our own Karen O'Keefe is on today's episode of The Doctors to debate the changing marijuana landscape in our country and people's changing views on its medical benefits!

Marijuana: Harmless Herb or Dangerous Gateway Drug?

As Senator Jess Sessions faces a Senate Judiciary Committee nomination hearing today, Bloomberg quotes our own Robert Capecchi on MPPs optimism that current federal marijuana policy will remain unchanged:

"At this point the toothpaste is so far out of the tube that it’s brushing lots of teeth and I think that there would be a reluctance to waste a bunch of political capital to go after an...
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U.S. Attorney General Nominee's Anti-Marijuana Stance Draws Fire From Fellow Republicans

Current Department of Justice policy has allowed states to reform their laws without inference from D.C., but that could be easily reversed by the incoming administration. It’s important that the members of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee stand up for their states, and others like them that have chosen to sensibly reform their laws.

The Senate Judiciary Committee will be meeting Tuesday...
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Take action to support state-level marijuana policy reform!

Catch our first Insider of the year! This month's edition includes highlights from Missouri, Pennsylvania and many other state legislatures that are back in session!

MPP Insider: January 2017

Around the country, state lawmakers are gearing up for the new legislative sessions, and some are already making marijuana policy reform a top priority.

Here are some highlights including bills in Wisconsin, Tennessee, and Texas!

State Legislatures Back in Session and Tackling Marijuana Policy - MPP Blog

Back in 2014, Missouri lawmakers enacted SB 491 — a bill to reduce penalties for possessing up to 10 grams of marijuana. That law finally took effect on January 1, 2017. Congratulations to Missouri for joining the 20 other states that have ended cannabis prohibition or replaced jail time with a fine!

Missouri Decriminalization Law In Effect - MPP Blog

The federal government quietly published new national survey data in December that shows rates of teen marijuana use in Colorado and Washington — the first two states to legalize and regulate marijuana for adult use — decreased more than the national average in 2014-2015. Fewer teens in the two states are reportedly using marijuana than in 2012-2013, just prior to the commencement of legal...
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Federal Survey Finds Teen Marijuana Use Remains Unchanged Following Legalization - MPP Blog

According to a new report by The Arcview Group, legal marijuana sales in North America grew by 30% in 2016, totaling $6.7 billion.

Marijuana Sales Totaled $6.7 Billion In 2016

The 115th Congress convenes for the first time in 2017 today! Now is the perfect time to send your senators and representatives asking them to end federal marijuana prohibition. Just click through the link and enter your zip code to find their contact information!

Federal Policy - MPP

2016 was a historic year for marijuana policy reform. Watch our video to see the enormous changes that happened this year!
The marijuana landscape in the United States looks quite different than it did at the beginning of this year. Check out our updated State Policy map here, and check to see what current efforts are being done to reform marijuana policy in your home state!

State Policy - MPP

After a very successful 2016 for the marijuana industry, here are 6 predictions for 2017!

Here Are The Top 2017 Predictions For The Marijuana Industry